Brainhero Partner werden

Tips to support your journey to become a hero.

We know that therapy can be difficult at times. This page helps you create routines and support your child during training.

Learn how others fly

Since every brain is different, we asked people how they control the game.
Here are their strategies! Try them out and see if they work for you too!

I attempted mental arithmetic. But it had to be something where I really had to make an effort, so nothing simple like 40+20.

I visually imagined the figure flying up and collecting the stars.

I try not to think about anything and instead focus on my breath.

I mentally listed all the words I know that begin with "M".

For me, it worked best when I repeated difficult French vocabulary. Words where I didn't immediately have a translation in my head, but had to really think to remember them.

I thought hard about pesto. What it tastes like, how to prepare it, what you can do with it, etc.


It is supposed to be difficult!

The training can be very challenging – but no rewards without effort – so it’s important to keep encouraging your child during training. The results are worth the effort!

Motivation made simple

Make an agreement with your child!

A personal tip from Brainhero founder Christof: Make an agreement with each other!

Write in the agreement that there will be a reward and what the reward will be when you reach the 20h training goal and both sign.

The idea behind it: If the motivation is lacking, you can remind your child of the agreement and the upcoming reward.

Create your own agreement or use our templates below!

How to motivate successfully!

Set yourself up for success

Create a routine

Sticking to a schedule will help make training a habit. Try to find a time of the day where your child can focus best on the training without distraction.

Breaks are ok

Take a break after each training unit (5 minutes) if needed, but make sure your child continues to put in good effort in the training.

Commitment is key

You will see best results when training regularly. It can be challenging to stick to your schedule but will pay off in the end.

Set reminders

Set yourself a reminder on your smartphone so you don't forget to train. Written reminders in a family calender can also be helpful.

Share your personal tips with other families

What helped you and your child during the therapy?
Which tips would you give other parents?
Tell us per mail and help extend this page!

Encourage your child

The training may be difficult – but that’s part of the learning process. If it feels hard, remind your child that this means they are challenging their mind to grow stronger.

Keep your spirits high

Sometimes your child will not want to train and that is ok.
Take a look at what you achieved so far and be proud about the progress you already made.

Let your child watch you train

Use the guest profile to train yourself while your child is watching – children like to copy their parent’s behaviour. It might also help them feel less alienated because they are not the only ones training. 

Family time

Integrate the therapy into your everyday life as something nice you do together like watching a movie.

Looking for more concrete tips?

Tips that match your progress

You are just starting, have already completed several hours or are almost finished? Find important information depending on where you are on your journey.


Need more help?​

Our Brainhero Care Team is support you with further tips for the therapy.